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Ronald Reagan History

1981 - U.S. President Reagan began to return to a normal work schedule at the White House, while still recovering from the assassination attempt on March 30.

1982 - President Reagan placed a call to former President Richard Nixon.

1982 - President Reagan signed a bill that would allow an employee of the U.S. government the ability to accept charitable donations after being injured in an assassination attempt. The bill was known as the "Brady Bill".

1983 - President Reagan's daughter-in-law Colleen gave birth to a daughter, Ashley Marie Reagan.

1983 - President Reagan went horseback riding at the U.S. Park Police Training Center at Rock Creek Park.

1983 - In Pittsburgh, PA, First Lady Nancy Reagan filmed a program regarding drugs.

1983 - "We can make ours the land of the future, offering unlimited opportunity to all Americans who dare to live for their dreams." - President Ronald Reagan, April 13, 1985

1984 - U.S. President Reagan sent emergency military aid to El Salvador without congressional approval.

1984 - President Reagan met with Prime Minister Tinsulanonda of Thailand.

1984 - President Reagan received the Life Achievement Award from the All American Collegiate Golf Association.

1984 - President Reagan attended the annual White House Correspondents Dinner.

1985 - President Reagan discussed tax reform on his Saturday Radio Address to the Nation.

1986 - President Reagan met with Japanese Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone at Camp David.

1988 - President Reagan met with Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew.

1988 - President Reagan addressed the American Society of Newspaper Editors Convention.

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Unfortunately, in the last two decades we've experienced an onslaught of such twisted logic that if Alice were visiting America, she might think she'd never left Wonderland.
- President Ronald Reagan, September 25, 1982

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